The highly anticipated new operating system iOS 6 from Apple has finally hit the floor with many outstanding features. The new operating system iOS 6 is ready to give iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users a taste of new digital world. Apple has announced the pre-release version of the iOS 6 at its World Wide Developers Conference which means it is only available for developers right now. The full-fledged version for all the users would be announced in fall this year i.e. September-October, 2012.
Google has recently announced the updated version of Google+ iPhone app, a much-needed renovation that everyone was anticipating since the release of its first version. The company confirms the availability of the new version of the app on apple app store. After an unimpressive performance with its previous version, the company now seems to give users an incredible experience with its new version. The new Google+ app looks so promising; we may think that the Google+ social network wasn’t that bad thing.
The new iPad, formerly rumored to be named as “iPad HD” or “iPad 3”, provides a higher-resolution Retina Display, like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, offering a resolution of 2048×1536 or 3.1 million pixels. The new iPad also became the first Apple device to have support for 4G LTE networks. The 4G-connected iPad will be able to double as a personal hot spot, similar to other 4G gadgets. There would be two versions of iPad compatible with LTE in the U.S., said Apple worldwide marketing VP, Phil Schiller.
Apple has recently announced the free release of iBooks 2, an e-book application designated for iPod, iPhone and iPod touch with iOS 4 or later, which can easily be switched between portrait mode and landscape modes for interactive reading. In addition, the iPhone Maker has also unveiled iBooks Author, an application that will allow anyone to create interactive textbooks for reading in iBooks. Besides the digital textbook, the company has also decided to expand iBookStore with a textbook category added in it.
Apple has launched the missing piece of the puzzle in their wireless mobile music systems i.e. iTunes Match. Many of us are familiar with iTunes which enables the easy storage and delivery of songs over the Internet. You can also store them on faraway computers called the cloud and retrieve them wirelessly on devices connected to the Internet. iTunes Match is a $24.99 per year service through which we can also upload our computer system songs to a personal locker in the cloud songs area.